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  1. Science shines light on dark matter

    …enduring mysteries in modern physics - the nature of dark matter. This is something that…

    …physics - the nature of dark matter. This is something that accounts for the difference between the observable mass of…

    …Scientists from the University of Leicester say they may have solved one of the most enduring mysteries in modern physics - the nature of dark matter. This is something that accounts for the…

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  2. Ebola, race and fear

    …and therefore pose zero risk," she writes . "It doesn't matter: they're dark-skinned and…

    …she writes . "It doesn't matter: they're dark-skinned and foreign. They're in Dallas. They might be infectious." The…

    …pose zero risk," she writes . "It doesn't matter: they're dark-skinned and foreign. They're in Dallas. They might be infectious." The Guardian's Hannah Giorgis says examples like these shed light…

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  3. World Update: Liberia's chief medical officer

    Dark matter mystery solved / Living in Russia without Western goods / Hitler's drug use…

    Dark matter mystery solved / Living in Russia without Western goods / Hitler's drug use and abuse…

    Dark matter mystery solved / Living in Russia without Western goods / Hitler's drug use and abuse…

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  4. A Point of View: Why are our obsessions never the things we're best at?

    …weren't, really. It didn't seem to matter. Now Chelsea is owned by a billionaire from…

    …sides, they played other countries and you found that they weren't, really. It didn't seem to matter. Now Chelsea is…

    …were thrilling until, loaned to their national sides, they played other countries and you found that they weren't, really. It didn't seem to matter. Now Chelsea is owned by a billionaire from Russia…

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  5. The Nobel's noble battle

    …. But in a world of dark threats, every bright moment matters. …

    …. It may only last a moment. But in a world of dark threats, every bright moment matters. …

    … to be another day of celebration and hope. It may only last a moment. But in a world of dark threats, every bright moment matters. …

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  6. BBC Universe – Dark matter: A chunk of the Universe is missing

    matter Dark matter In the 1970s, an astronomer called was measuring the velocities of in…

    matter we can't see and called it dark matter. Physicists are racing to find subatomic particles that could be the…

    dark matter. Physicists are racing to find subatomic particles that could be the missing dark matter, which is thought to make up about 26% of the energy density of the Universe. Image: A computer…

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  7. Maíria Cahill: Reaction to IRA rape cover-up claims

    …abuse are always paramount. "In our opinion these are matters for investigation by the…

    matters for investigation by the police and open court and not trial by media. "There was a police investigation and a…

    …Sinn Féin's position is that the interests of victims of sexual abuse are always paramount. "In our opinion these are matters for investigation by the police and open court and not trial by media… .…

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  8. Hubble makes 3D dark matter map

    Dark matter does not reflect or emit detectable light, yet it accounts for most of the…

    Dark matter does not reflect or emit detectable light, yet it accounts for most of the mass in the Universe… Dark matter

    Dark matter does not reflect or emit detectable light, yet it accounts for most of the mass in the Universe… This is because dark matter attracts "ordinary" matter through its gravitational pull… Dark

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  9. Dark matter hints in widest-yet view of dark mystery

    …across, shows evidence of dark matter clumps scattered through the cosmos. The team from…

    dark matter influences the way normal matter clumps into the galaxies we see in the night skies. Together, they…

    …some dark matter, its light gets bent and the image we see gets bent and distorted," Dr Heymans told the meeting. "Dark matter is leaving its signature on the images of very distant galaxies…

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  10. A Point of View: How do we give dignity to the dying?

    matter of slapstick and pratfalls. The aging process is not gradual or gentle. It rushes…

    …by momentarily invoking the old order of servility. The indignity of old age "Dying is a matter of slapstick… thought of…

    matter of slapstick and pratfalls. The aging process is not gradual or gentle. It rushes up, pushes you over and runs off laughing. No one should grow old who isn't ready to appear ridiculous." John…

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  1. Dark matter signal points to exotic black-hole origins

    dark matter is expected to cluster. Some think it is our best sign of dark matter so far…

    …complex beast. Dark matter is thought to make up 80 per cent of the universe's matter, but it is hard to detect as it…

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  2. POLARBEAR Sniffs Out Cosmic Clues About The Universe, Dark Matter And Neutrinos

    …our Universe and figure out some of the mysteries of dark matter and dark energy. The new…

    matter and dark energy. The new results are an early win for the POLARBEAR collaboration, a group of more than 70…

    …figure out some of the mysteries of dark matter and dark energy. The new results are an early win for the POLARBEAR collaboration, a group of more than 70 scientists using a telescope high in Chile’s…

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  3. Supersymmetric dark matter/LHC [Physics]

    …programs/sackler-colloquia/completed_colloquia/dark-matter.html . This article is a PNAS…

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